As a senior in High School in Chicago, I was planning on pursuing a Masters Degree in physics at University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign. That being said I had a few questions about the career (I don't know any Physicists personally to ask): 1. How easy is it to find a job with a Bachelor of Liberal Arts in Physics compared to a Bachelor in Engineering Physics? (I might need to find a job after my Bachelor's and the university offers these two courses) 2. How much of a benefit does a Masters degree in Physics give as opposed to Bachelors? (I do not want to go into teaching) 3. Is it worth it to pursue a Ph.D.? 4. Is it bad to go into engineering with a physics degree instead of an engineering degree? 5. Is that the same case with Medical, Computer Science, and Finance as well? (I have heard that many physicists go into these fields) 6. How competitive is the job market for people with physics degrees? (I plan on moving around a lot, so I will switch jobs often) 7. Can a person with a physics degree switch fields often (Finance, Engineering, etc.)? (As I said before, many physicists go into other fields, so is it possible to switch around) Thank you in advance.